The prominent YouTuber Stephan Deleonardi, famously recognized for his channel “SteveWillDoIt,” banned from YouTube.
SteveWillDoIt garnered global stardom from his over-the-top personality and pranks. And now, we might not get to see much of his humorous content.
So what did he do? Why did YouTube ban his channel?
Here is all about it.
SteveWillDoIt banned from YouTube.
YouTube has banned SteveWillDoIt, a popular YouTube channel, for repeated violations of their Community Guidelines.
The YouTube page SteveWillDoIt, which had more than 4 million subscribers, permanently deleted on August 1. And the news was confirmed by the YouTuber himself.
Stephan posted a screenshot of the notice that YouTube sent him on Instagram, stating that they had discovered “severe or repeated violations of our Community Guidelines.”
Similarly, he revealed that his YouTube account was removed due to visuals featuring Stake.com, a gambling and betting platform.
SteveWillDoIt addresses the matter.
In a recent appearance on Bradley Martyn’s Raw Talk, Stephan revealed that the ban resulted from him advertising his second channel on his primary account.
Unluckily for the NELK Boy, his second channel had material about gambling and references to an online casino website. People deleted his two YouTube accounts as a result of this.
In a similar vein, he asserted that his YouTube channel had not previously seen any violations before his account permanently deleted. “My main channel got deleted when I had zero strikes,” he claimed.
In addition, he claimed to have a second YouTube account where he posted a vlog about his trip to Mexico. On the account, he also shared some gambling advice. Unfortunately, Stephan’s video still had some partially blurred images from the gambling portal.
And to ensure that the removal would not impact his primary channel, SteveWillDoIt, he claimed to have created a new account later and spoken with a YouTube representative.
The issue developed after the creator’s promotion of his second channel on his main channel. “I went on my main channel and promoted my second channel, which was a mistake,” he admitted. My main concern is that they’ll delete my entire channel because stake.com was visible on my second channel.
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